Am i correct in believing that it is detrimental to place the computer screen/monitor closer to the listener than the studio speakers?
i.e. the monitor should not be 'inside' the equilateral triangle?
This was my understanding, however, this means my 24" screen is far too small to be seen from 3-4 feet away (slightly raised behind mackie controls, computer keyboard, etc). This is how i've been using it so far and i'm getting headaches.
Just for now (editing tons of audio, working with headphones etc) i've placed it much closer, and i can finally see again! No more headaches or squinting.
I assume the 'only solution' is to buy an 32" or larger 1080p LCD TV to place in line/behind the speakers, so that i can still see everything - or is it 'fine' to have the monitor much closer like this?
I am pretty sure i know the answer, just trying to avoid spending £300 on a new screen